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Posts Tagged ‘Business’

Geomodified Searches, Localized Results, and How to Track the Right Keywords and Locations for Your Business – Next Level

Posted by jocameron Welcome to the newest installment of our educational Next Level series! In our last episode, our fearless writer Jo Cameron shared how to uncover low-value content that could hurt your rankings and turn it into something valuable. Today, she's returned to share how to do effective keyword research and targeting for local queries. Read on and level up! All around the world, people are searching: X sits at a computer high above the city and searches dreamily for the best beaches in Ko Samui. Y strides down a puddle-drenched street and hastily types good Japanese noodles into an expensive...

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Yes, Competitors Can Edit Your Listing on Google My Business

October 10, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  1 Comment

Posted by JoyHawkinsI decided to write this article in response to a recent article that was published over at CBSDFW. The article was one of many stories about how spammers update legitimate information on Google as a way to send more leads somewhere else. This might shock some readers, but it was old news to me since spam of this nature on Google Maps has been a problem for almost a decade. What sparked my interest in this article was Google’s response. Google stated: Merchants who manage their business listing info through Google My Business (which is free to use), are notified...

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Yes, Competitors Can Edit Your Listing on Google My Business

October 10, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by JoyHawkinsI decided to write this article in response to a recent article that was published over at CBSDFW. The article was one of many stories about how spammers update legitimate information on Google as a way to send more leads somewhere else. This might shock some readers, but it was old news to me since spam of this nature on Google Maps has been a problem for almost a decade. What sparked my interest in this article was Google’s response. Google stated: Merchants who manage their business listing info through Google My Business (which is free to use), are notified...

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How to Perform a Basic Local Business Competitive Audit

August 23, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by MiriamEllis“Why are those folks outranking me in Google’s local pack?” If you or a client is asking this question, the answer lies in competitive analysis. You’ve got to stack Business A up against Business B to identify the strengths and weaknesses of both competitors, and then make an educated guess as to which factors Google is weighting most in the results for a specific search term. Today, I’d like to share a real-world example of a random competitive audit, including a chart that depicts which factors I’ve investigated and explanatory tips and tools for how I came up with the...

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Realigning Your SEO Strategy When Business Needs Change

July 10, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by RoyhWorking as an SEO, it’s crucial that you’re ready to embrace changes in the SEO landscape, keep your finger on the pulse of Google's updates, integrate and evaluate changes through on-site and off-site testing, build outreach campaigns, and all the other required tasks we love so much.Implementing all of this successfully, though, is easier said than done. How exactly can you make sure that you’re focusing on quality traffic? And how do you even know that this traffic will help your brand grow? In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to pivot your SEO strategy...

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